"The seven-day period of 'ceasefire' isn't news for Ukraine and all participants in the Trilateral Contact Group, so we will wait for seven days of 'ceasefire.' It is a sign for us when the OSCE says 'yes, there was no shelling within seven days'. As of today, we have two days of 'ceasefire.' We will believe and expect there will be 'ceasefire' within seven days, and then we can talk about the withdrawal," he said at a joint press conference with President of Latvia Egils Levits in Riga.
"As for the ceasefire, when we talk about the disengagement areas, namely Zolote and Petrivske. Unfortunately, we have a terrible tragedy – yesterday we lost two soldiers," Zelensky added.